Memphis Music Wanted For A&E TV Series

Memphis, TN (Rap Newswire) March 14, 2006 – The First 48 is a documentary series that follows the first 48 hours of a homicide investigation. It airs on A&E Thursday nights at 8pm central: Currently we are filming detectives in Memphis and would very much like to feature local music in our program. We are looking for musicians who would allow us to use their music in exchange for a credit in our program and nationwide exposure. The music must be original and the musicians and/ or the record label must own the rights.

We are interested in all genres of music, but due to the subject matter we have very little need for music that is upbeat and happy. So we are predominantly looking for music that could be described as any of the following: suspenseful, tense, intense, sad, moody, mysterious, violent, creepy, dark, dramatic, beat-driven, cinematic, etc. Both instrumental and lyric-based songs are welcome. Lyrics about Memphis, homicide/ murder, guns, death, police, drugs, etc. are especially useful.

Please email mp3s to and/ or mail CDs to the following address:

David Sugar
113 River Bridge Lane, Apt 203
Memphis, TN 38103


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